his energy plan, electricity prices would of necessity skyrocket. you say there's a carbon constrained world, but what i just said, the only thing constrained is the american economy anded competitiveness? >> thank you, congressman. there's a lot there. i'll try to comment, i guess, on -- >> you got a lot of time, 28 seconds. >> okay, great. well, last time i saw you, we were down in your district where we were doing a ribbon cutting for the air products project. that dwsh i mean, we can talk about who said what in an unattributed article, but if you look at what we've actually done, particularly in the department, particularly the research development projects, we are taking actions to ensure coal remains relevant. market forces do what they do, and, certainly, the emergence of natural gas has a big impact on coal, and the technology innovation with shale gas pushed prices down, and we think it's important that as we go forward, that we're making the research, doing the -- putting research in place to ensure that coal does continue to have a role. that means -- >> thank you very much.